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What to watch today: Wall Street headed for its best week in months

What to watch today: Wall Street headed for its best week in months

6/25/2021 3:24:00 PM

What to watch today: Wall Street headed for its best week in months

U.S. stock futures rose Friday after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed at record highs.

(CNBC)Biden has promised to provide federal aid, if requested, in the search for survivors of a partial beachfront condo building collapse outside Miami. At least one person was killed and. Officials did not know how many people were in the tower when it fell early Thursday morning, around 1:30 a.m. ET, in Surfside. Authorities did not say what may have caused the collapse. (AP)

What You Need to Know about NASA’s Boeing Orbital Flight Test-2 Simone Biles says physically she feels ‘good’ but ‘it varies’ emotionally Cheney: Jan. 6 riot will be a ‘cancer on our constitutional republic’ if there is no accountability

Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvinwill be sentencedFriday for murder in George Floyd's death, in a case that sparked global outrage and a reckoning on racial disparities in America. Legal experts predict that Chauvin, 45, could get 20 to 25 years. He was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. (AP)

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Viewsroom: Wall Street is open again and boomingFrom Morgan Stanley to BlackRock, the world’s top investment banks and money managers are back in their offices and super busy with mergers, IPOs, LBOs and other activities thumping. Plus, Soho House and Wise go public and green hydrogen megalomania on the Congo river.

Senate Democrats Have Now Hit the Entirely Expected Wall of Republican IntransigenceRepublicans, and this cannot be stressed enough, have no interest in reaching a compromise on voting rights and election reform. no shit, a federal takeover of elections where IDs are banned and Ballot Harvesting is forced. The States got this.

Greg Abbott's Texas border wall project raises over $459K toward barrier's constructionTexas governor, seen as a potential candidate for the 2024 presidential election, plans to shift $250 million in state dollars toward a new barrier with more financing through crowdsourcing, a donations webpage and post office box for supporters to donate their own money. Bannon 2.0. If you were thinking about voting for governor Abbot, you’re not paying attention. You can tell this is a 'business opportunity' for him, if these were his true convictions he would've started this a long time ago in a JV with Trump.

How A 21-Year-Old Built The Popular Instagram Account “Wall Street Confessions” To Shine A Light On Life In FinanceSelf-described as “Wall Street’s Gossip Girl,” Wall Street Confessions is the brainchild of Riya Sharma, a 22-year-old recent college dropout from New Jersey who works in financial media and is the daughter of Indian immigrants.

Border Patrol chief, who supported wall, is leaving jobThe chief of the Border Patrol says he is leaving after less than two years in the job. Rodney Scott had backed ex-President Donald Trump 's policies, particularly his plans for a border wall. Those plans have been canceled by the Biden administration. I guess Biden doesn’t think he should listen to the people actually patrolling the border about what’s the best way to solve the problem. Typical DC politician. good riddance

How A 21-Year-Old Built The Popular Instagram Account “Wall Street Confessions” To Shine A Light On Life In FinanceSelf-described as “Wall Street’s Gossip Girl,” Wall Street Confessions is the brainchild of Riya Sharma, a 22-year-old recent college dropout from New Jersey who works in financial media and is the daughter of Indian immigrants. .